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The hand-rearing of an abandoned Bermuda petrel Pterodroma cahow chick from Nonsuch Island, Bermuda

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Raine A.F. & Abernethy K.E. (2006)

The hemiparasite Pedicularis palustris: 'ecosystem engineer' for fen-meadow restoration

Journal for Nature Conservation

Based on: Decleer K., Bonte D. & Van Diggelen R. (2013)

The hemiptera of two sown calcareous grasslands. II. Differences between treatments

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Morris M.G. (1990)

The humble bee: its life history and how to domesticate it

Macmillan and Co., London

Based on: Sladen F.W.L. (1912)

The humble bee: its life history and how to domesticate it

Macmillan and Co., London

Based on: Sladen F.W.L. (1912)

The impact of different predator exclosures on piping plover nest abandonment

Journal of Field Ornithology

Based on: Vaske J.J., Rimmer D.W. & Deblinger R.D. (1994)

The impact of dimethoate on the spatial distribution of beneficial arthropods in winter wheat

Annals of Applied Biology

Based on: Holland J.M., Winder L. & Perry J.N. (2000)

The impact of even-aged and uneven-aged forest management on regional biodiversity of multiple taxa in European beech forests

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Schall P., Gossner M.M., Heinrichs S., Fischer M., Boch S., Prati D., Jung K., Baumgartner K., Blaser S., Böhm S., Buscot F., Daniel R., Goldmann K., Kaiser K., Kahl T., Lange M., Müller J., Overmann J., Renner S.C., Schulze E.-D., Sikorski J., Tschapka M., Türke M., Weisser W.W., Wemheuer B., Wubet T. & Ammer C. (2018)

The Impact of Grazing on Communities of Ground-Dwelling Spiders (Araneae) in Upland Vegetation Types

Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy

Based on: McFerran D.M., Montgomery W.I. & McAdam J.H. (1994)

The impact of livestock grazing on plant diversity: an analysis across dryland ecosystems and scales in southern Africa

Ecological Applications

Based on: Hanke W., Böhner J., Dreber N., Jürgens N., Schmiedel U., Wesuls D. & Dengler J. (2014)

The impact of livestock on lapwing Vanellus vanellus breeding densities and performance on coastal grazing marsh

Bird Study

Based on: Hart J.D., Milsom T.P., Baxter A., Kelly P.F. & Parkin W.K. (2002)

The impact of marine reserves on nekton diversity and community composition in subtropical eastern Australia

Biological Conservation

Based on: Pillans S., Pillans R.D. & Possingham H.P. (2007)

The impact of organic and inorganic fertilizers and lime on the species-richness and plant functional characteristics of hay meadow communities

Biological Conservation

Based on: Kirkham F.W., Tallowin J.R.B., Sanderson R.A., Bhogal A., Chambers B.J. & Stevens D.P. (2008)

The Impact of Predation on Boreal Tetraonids During Vole Cycles: An Experimental Study

Journal of Animal Ecology

Based on: Marcstrom V., Kenward R.E. & Engren E. (1988)

The impact of predator control on lapwing Vanellus vanellus breeding success on wet grassland nature reserves

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Bolton M., Tyler G., Smith K. & Bamford R. (2007)

The impact of the Rural Environment Protection Scheme (REPS) on plant and insect diversity

Tearmann

Based on: Feehan J., Gillmor D.A. & Culleton N.E. (2002)

The impact of the timing of brush management on the nutritional value of woody browse for moose Alces alces

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Rea R.V. & Gillingham M.P. (2001)

The impact of turtle excluder devices and bycatch reduction devices on diverse tropical marine communities in Australia's northern prawn trawl fishery.

Fisheries Research

Based on: Brewer D., Heales D., Milton D., Dell Q., Fry G., Venables B. & Jones P. (2006)

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